EBC Brakes Magura Brake Pad

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Replacement brake pads for Magura hydraulic disc brake systems.From EBC, a proven company with a long history in building quality pads for motorcycle brakes all overThe world. Many common brake pads are actually EBC pads with someone elses label onThem... a great value andThe perfect hop-up for your disc brakes.

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